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earth cut away by cole gerst

Engrave Your Book is back in action! After discovering that laser engraving art directly onto PVC Moleskines is an unsafe manufacturing process, we’ve developed USA-made leather covers which slip seamlessly over Moleskine notebooks. Not only do the leather covers look incredible engraved, they’re reusable and will only get better with age. Currently, we are only offering pocket-size covers; the large covers will be available early February.

 
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As I ponder the future for Project Chaboo I realize I missed a lot of people. There are many many brilliant artists out there with great energy. Hopefully for round two I will find them all.  I met illustrator Kalina Torino at the show- a couple months too late, unfortunately. Her work is super cool- check it out!

Awww CUTE!  She tells me her characters are inspired by real people- I think pineapple girl is her. Shes been putting her characters into “suits” that can be hilarious.   Who wears a lobster?  Honestly… come on… haha.  I like the drooping things she has going in her backgrounds.  We discussed perhaps having them laser cut in the future and layering her paintings.  MMMmm lasers…

 
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cantilever hall table.

bloodwood, quartersawn white oak, hardware.
constructed 2007.

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"Alisha Wessler’s drawings are little vignettes of organic beauty: figures and fauna emerge from densely patterned masses that evoke the plants and landscape where they reside. They are successful often in the way that they deny expectations. Her drawings are small but panoramic, decorative yet expansive, and dense while still providing the viewer’s eye room to explore."

 
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New CD now available! If you're interested, you can get my Violin Covers CD at this website...

http://cdbaby.com/cd/ericwuest

This is a video I made of a cover of Viva La Vida by Coldplay.

Note: The video is only one person playing 3 different parts. I wore different clothes so you can tell what the different parts are. But it's only me playing.

Coldplay
Viva La Vida
Death and All His Friends
violin cover
strings

 
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dale lloyd is one of the most prolific curatorial publishers and experimental artists on the scene. In 2001, he founded and/OAR, a recording label focused on

presenting unique environmental recordings, sound art, avant-garde and electronic music. From 2001 to 2005, Dale produced the highly regarded series of field recording compilations for Phonography.org.

 
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The ever-growing bus illustration. Still not done.

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Originally posted by mrmaxbrown@orangeyear.com (maxbrown) from An Orange Year, ReBlogged by ken on Mar 26, 2009 at 01:22 AM

 
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My friend Max Brown designed a great 3D Moleskine icon set in Google Sketchup

Click here to download

You are free to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the icons under the following conditions:



Attribution. You must attribute the work to Max Brown / www.orangeyear.com

Noncommercial. You may not use this work for commercial purposes.

No Derivative Works. You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.

 
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Mlb_a_ichiro1_576Just watched the World Baseball Classic finals on TV. Japan won for the second year in a row, yay! They beat the US in the semis last night, and tonight they had a 10-inning game vs South Korea. If you missed it and didn't TiVo, you can check out the play-by-play on ESPN.

Japanese baseball is so strategic and team-oriented. For more on that, read my post on the Giants vs Tigers. Image by AP

 
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Ryan Frank, Hackney Shelves, Hackney Shelf, 100% Design, graffitti, tagging, street art furniture,

Here’s an ingenious idea that blurs the boundaries between furniture design, graffitti and conceptual fine art. London designer Ryan Frank strategically places white boards at various points in east London and waits for illicit decoration to begin. Frank leaves boards out for weeks until they have sufficiently “matured” into colorful pieces of street art. Once the boards have matured, they are removed and transformed into these colorful mobile shelving units - juxtaposing street art with interior environment. For the collectors out there: every piece is a completely unique slice of “recycled” Hackney street art.